Job Resources and Statistics
The Center of Excellence in Homeland-Security Emergency Management is driven to deliver support for and cultivate environments within the community and technical colleges to grow capacity and talent that create jobs in the ever expanding job market of Homeland Security-Emergency Management.
Use this page to research some of the latest job resources and techniques that will help you succeed under the professional pathway of HSEM.
Applying for Jobs – Document the jobs you have applied for, this can be in a document or spreadsheet, keep track of the dates, companies, and links. Also, keep copies of the job descriptions to be able to refer back to when you get that interview; you may not be able to find them again. If you are applying for many jobs, this can be extremely helpful.
You have an interview… Now what – Research the company, reacquaint yourself with the job you applied for. Find out what they do, who do they serve, and how do you fit in. Learn how your skills can be valuable to the company.
LinkedIn Higher Education: https://university.linkedin.com/linkedin-for-students
Success in the New EconomyHow prospective college students can gain a competitive advantage.
Resume Guides, Cover Letters, Do’s and Don’ts1. Career One Stop Resume Guide:
2. College Student Guide to Professional Social Profiles:
3. MyPlan: http://www.myplan.com/
4. Fastweb! http://www.fastweb.com/content/resumes-and-cover-letters
College Career CentersThe Edmonds CC Career Action Center:
Career planning, Internship cover letter, interview etiquetteThe Purdue Online Writing Lab:
Intro and Expectations for ResumesThe Purdue Online Writing Lab:
Washington State Employment Security Department:
National Partnership for Careers in Law, Public Safety, Corrections & SecurityOur Mission: We inspire and prepare our children and young adults for careers in public service. We do this by collaborating to advance Career & Technical Education (CTE) and post-secondary programs that link education, recruitment, employment, training and development.
The Activities of the National Partnership Include:
- Building partnerships to create, improve and sustain law enforcement, fire and emergency services, corrections, security, law career programs and systems at the local, state and national levels.
- Providing technical assistance and training to support partnerships in building local, state and national programs and systems.
- Identifying, developing and offering courses and curriculum that can be used nationally.
- Supporting, upgrading, and promoting, on a continuing basis, the use of the Career Cluster concept and the use of Cluster standards and certifications appropriately linked to current nationally recognized certifications and degree programs.
- Reviewing, updating, validating and endorsing, on a continuing basis, industry and cluster standards to ensure their proper linkage to the Career Cluster Standards.
- Providing career information to students, parents, job seekers, educators, counselors and a variety of life time learners.
- Promoting and enhancing the image of careers in corrections, emergency services, fire services, law enforcement, corrections and security.
- Emphasizing the importance of ethics, integrity and honesty in the service to the public.
Department of Homeland Security1. Student Opportunities at FEMA
2. Students and Recent Grads
3. Recent Grads
4. Secretary’s Honors Program
United States Department of LaborWomen Build, Protect & Move America